12/31/2011

pears on the wall

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Year 2011 is almost over.
Best wishes for the coming year.

12/30/2011

a four-leaf clover

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For this piece I used:
Faber-Castell Polychromos
Holbein Artist
Stonehenge paper

12/28/2011

Autumn tree


For this piece I used:
Faber-Castell Polychromos
Holbein Artist
Stonehenge paper

12/27/2011

Ribbon

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For this piece I used:
Faber-Castell Polychromos
Ripel paper

12/25/2011

Pear

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For this piece I used:
Faber-Castell Polychromos
Stonehenge paper

12/23/2011

Dancing pears

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For this piece I used:
Faber-Castell Polychromos
Stonehenge paper

Venetian tree

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For this piece I used:
Faber-Castell Polychromos
Holbein Artist
Stonehenge paper

12/20/2011

Blue cherry

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For this piece I used:
Faber-Castell Polychromos
Stonehenge paper

12/19/2011

Japanese apricot Ume

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For this piece I used:
Faber-Castell Polychromos
Holbein Artist
Sanford karisma color



12/17/2011

Bi-color tourmaline

Bi-color tourmalines in which one color is green and the other is pink or red are called “watermelon tourmaline”.

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I love this combination.

12/15/2011

12/09/2011

Japanese sweets Wagashi

This is the sweets which imitated the scenery of autumn of Japan.

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Red expresses autumnal leaves and blue expresses a clear stream.



12/06/2011

Sho chiku bai.Japanese pattern.

The original of this pattern is a pattern of a Japanese kimono.


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This pattern is called "sho-chiku-bai" in Japan.

Syo is pine,tiku is bamboo,bai is plum.

They are Japanese good luck symbol.


I painted this by polychromos.

12/03/2011